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to wrap it up today. meantime, keep connected with me sgmdcnn. sgmdcnn. i will see you this week on cnn. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> a new law in mississippi takes place, and it could force the state's only remaining abortion clinic to close. >> this storm came upon us very quickly without a great deal of notice. >>> the storm that has left millions without power has now claimed 12 lives. temperatures still in the triple digits. what could to blackout mean for your safety? plus, 23 siblings, and married at 17. i will talk to one woman who spent 50 years in a polygamist family and is now speaking out against it. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm randi kay. it is 5:00 on the west coast and 8:00 a.m. on the east coast. my car said it was 112 in atlanta and it is going to be hotter, and the same today with excessive heat warnings issued for 19 states which is complicating the efforts to get the power back on for millions who lost electricity in storms over the past two days. many cities have cooling centers open to help people get a break from the heat. as for the strong storms
on, by it could be days before that happens. cnn's athena jones is live in springfield, virginia, for us, and athena, welcome, and how is the cleanup going? >> good morning, randi. well sh well, the cleanup is going in spits and starts. you can see the debris out here in the medium that is left to be picked up. you can see behind me where a giant tree fell on the power lines here. this tree killed a 27-year-old man on friday night who was driving home from work. it is an example of the kind of thing that the cleanup crews are facing. we were in rockville, maryland, on the other side of washington, d.c. yesterday and there were people out clearing debris, and clearing these giant trees from the road and cutting them down for mulch, but it is a lot they have to do it and they have to do it in the heat today, randi. >> what are the odds that people will get the power back on today? any word on that? >> well, i don't think that you have heard anyone promise that it will be happen today. you can see that this is an extreme situation that we are dealing with something that would take s
can see more on tuesday morning cnn, "starting point." i'll see you back here at 10:00 eastern. right now, cnn presents. >>> tonight, on "cnn presents," soldier guinea pigs. >> he received a high dose of the incapacitating agent. >> they were never supposed to talk about this. it was top secret. >> reporter: forgotten heroes. this expensive slice of california real estate is supposed to house america's homeless veterans. guess who we found sleeping outside. betrayal of trust? sexual assaults on the rise at the nation's prestigious military academies. >> i remember him turning off the lights and me asking, what are you doing? >> women who feel betrayed by the military they committed to serve. the pentagon's battle to do something about it. revealing investigations, fascinating characters, stories with impact. this is "cnn presents" with tonight's host, drew griffin. >> tonight, a special look at some of the men and women who have served our country. >>> opening investigations into the unbelievable injustices done to them. we begin with the startling story how u.s. soldierings were used
at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> tonight on cnn presents. soldier guinea pigs. >> they were never supposed to know about this. it was top secret. guess who we found sleeping outside of this house? betrayal of trust? sexual assaults on the rise of the nation's prestigious military academies. >> i remember him turning off the lights and me asking what are you doing? >> women who feel betrayed by the military they committed to serve. the pentagon's battle to do something about it. revealing investigations. fascinating characters. stories with impact. this is cnn presents. tonight's host, drew griffin. >> reporter: a special look at the men and women who have served our country and eye-opening investigations into the unbelievable injustices done to them. we begin with the startling story of how u.s. soldiers were used as human guinea pigs. during the cold war, the military embarked on a top secret program to test chemical and biological weapons but researchers used animals but believe it or not they also used humans. volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. well,
thing happen along with his friend jennifer, i spoke to last night here on cnn. he joins us now. >> i'm doing a lot better today as opposed to the night that it happen. i'm glad to talk to people to let them know i'm going through the same thing. >> we've heard over and over from a flum bnumber of dimpbt p. i have to ask you, i didn't ask anybody last night and yesterday when i was here. what is it like being here with that building so cloesz. when i look at that building, i have a blank feeling inside. i try not to think of the event. >> you said that you don't even like to look at -- >> you don't want to look over at it. >> i will look other. it will give me a very uncomfortable feeling. >> jennifer said that the gunman that got really close to her and then shot behind her. you were right next to her. so what happened to you? why didn't you get shot? the gunman came into the auditorium and a toxic gasz went off. i immediately went to the ground. and, instead, we stood there and stayed there for about a dead ten seconds before we decided that we needed to crawl to the ooir side. >> u
at >> tonight inside the supreme court, a rare and exclusive >>> tonight on cnn presents. soldier guinea pigs. >> they were never supposed to know about this. it was top secret. guess who we found sleeping outside of this house? during the cold war, the military embarked on a top secret program to test chemical secret program to test chemical and biological weapons but researchers used animals but believe it or not they also used humans. volunteers from the army who had no idea what they were signing up for. well, nearly half a century later, some of these human guinea pigs are emging from the shadows with disturbing stories about what the military did to them then and how they are being treated now. dr. sanjay gupta investigates. >> i joined 18 years of age. the height of the vietnam war and really felt a sense of duty to my country to go and serve. >> i went straight to ft. bragg. it was just the thing to do. that was my obligation. that was my duty as an american. >> i was drafted and i was sent to ft. sill and placed in the missile detachment. we were supposed to be nuclear guards for the
30 injured. official tell cnn that a second suspect is a possibility but it hasn't been confirmed. >>> worst drought in more than 50 years is crippling farmers in the midwest. many states are reported to be in severe to exceptional drought. that region produces about 75% of the nation's corn and soy bean crop. the drought is especially hard on livestock. many ranchers have had to sell off their herd early because they can't afford the corn to feed them. keeping you informed. you're watching cnn. the most trusted name in news. >>> for far too many americans, the street is their home. a life bad enough for anyone, but unforgivable when the struggling men and women have already risked their lives for their country. there are more than 8,000 homeless veterans living in los angeles alone. surprising when you consider there's a plot of land there, nearly 400 acres that was donated, free, just to build a home for vets. as dr. sanjay gupta discovers, tat land could have helped a vet he met in l.a. >> reporter: you're young. how old are you? >> 22, almost 23. >> reporter: almost 23. you ar
with cnn from his secure location in qatar. syria's opposition is calling on president barack obama to intervene in their fight, whether it hurts his re-election prospects or not. activists say he cannot wait for election day to prevent the violence. this plea comes on a day when the capital, damascus, saw its heaviest fighting yet. 50 people were killed in syria today according to activists. >>> hillary clinton's trip to egypt did not end well. the secretary of state's motorcade was pelted with tomatoes and shoes. the mob also chanted "monica" at the secretary of state. some protesters accuse the u.s. of taking sides in the egyptian presidential election. clinton met with the newly elected president and encouraged him to keep pursuing reforms in the country. those are the headlines this hour. cnn, the most trusted name in news. >>> for far too many americans, the street is their home. a life bad enough for anyone but unforgivable when the struggling men and women have already risked their lives for their country. there are more than 8,000 homeless veterans living in los angeles alo
at the cnn head kwaurters. a special "global lessons, a gps road map for saving health care begins right now on cnn. >> welcome to a gps special. global lessons: the gps road map for saving health care. america's system of bringing us into this world, helping us stay alive and supporting us as we die is at a major cross roads. two years ago, president obama signed the most comprehensive overhaul of american medicine since medicare. this week, the supreme court upheld almost all of the law in a dramatic 5-4 ruling setting up what is sure to be a heating election year debate. meanwhile, our out of control health care costs continue to climb. no other nation spends more than 12% of its economy on health care. american spends 17%. what's more, we don't really benefit from the huge price tag. our healthy life expectancy, the standard measurement, ranks only 29th in the world behind slovenia. our infant mortality rate ranks 30th. it's more than twice that of sweden and japan. so what is our problem? in this hour, we're going to take you around the world to study health care systems in other countr
>>> from cnn world headquarters in atlanta, this is "early start weekend." trying to make a comeback after an embarrassing first run. i'm not talking about an olympic athlete, i'm talking about mitt romney's world tour. >>> a tale of two american swimmers in last night's must-see 400-meter race. >>> already, the spanish olympic team is making headlines but not for their talent. wait until you see why they're making waves and turning heads. >>> it is sunday, july 29. good morning, everyone. so glad you're with us. i'm randi kaye. in syria we may be in the beginning stages of a massacre. the warning from opposition leaders urging allies to act. >> translator: our friends and allies will bear responsibility for the terrifying massacres if aleppo if they don't move soon. the massacre is in aleppo. >> he's talking about the situation in aleppo, as you heard. army tanks battered the city saturday as forces loyal to president assad looked to kru el the crush -- crush the rebels. >>> mitt romney is meeting with israeli leaders. he will deliver a major address on foreign policy lat
you informed. cnn, the most trusted name in news. >>> skyrocketing health care costs have created what some say is one of the biggest economic bubbles in american history. doing nothing could lead to dire consequences. that's why some providers are experimenting with innovative approaches to health care before it's too late. >> we're spending a whole lot in our country for health care and not getting our money's worth. and that's a tragedy. >> dr. jeffrey brenner is on the front lines trying to reform a health care system that has been called hopelessly broken. >> we spend twice as much at other industrialized countries and we cover fewer people in our country. >> brenner is tackling this disconnect in camden, new jersey, one of america's poorest cities. he's been a family physician here for 11 years. his mission started on this street in 2001, with a gunshot. an unremarkable sound in camden, which has one of the highest murder rates in the country. >> i was sitting at my desk one evening and shots rang out. >> brenner ran outside, where the victim was lying in a pool of his own blood.
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in there. >> tom quintice is a cnn consultant who spent decades with the f.b.i. >> it was methodically planned and he was very meticulous in the gear that he purchased. >> reporter: he only had one thing in mind. >> to actually kill as many people as he could possibly kill in one shooting spree inside that theater. >> reporter: and all of it, every gun, every round of ammunition, the protective gear, all perfectly legal. >> you have nothing that would have come up in his background. you could hire a hundred detectives and not find one reason to deny him the ability to buy a lawful firearm. >> reporter: not only did he buy the weapons legally but over the internet with a few strokes of a keyboard, he bought thousands of rounds of ammunition and aftermarket extras to hold all of the magazines as well as his protective gear. when the day broke, law enforcement returned to the apartment on paris street. we've all seen the pictures by now. a policeman poking the written d windows, finally breaking them and sending in a robot camera. >> i've personally never seen anything like what the pictu
: this can't be what they mean when they say have a nice trip. jeanne moos, cnn. >> her entire behind. not just -- her entire behind. have a nice trip. see you at 10:00. >>> welcome to a gps special. the road map for saving health care. america's system of bringing us into the world and helping us stay alive and supporting us as we die is at a major crossroads. two years ago president obama signed the most comprehensive overall of american medicine since medicare. this week, the supreme court upheld almost all of the law in a dramatic 5-4 ruling setting up what is sure to be a heated election year debate. meanwhile, our out-of-control health care costs continue to climb. no other nation spends more than 12% of its economy on health care. america spends 17%. what is more, we don't benefit from the huge price tag. the standard measurement ranked 29th in the world. our mortality rate is twice that of sweden and japan. so what is our problem? in this hour in a "time" magazine essay, we will take you around the world to find out what lessons we can learn from others. we'll visit great brit
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:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. eastern. international viewers can go to our website for air times. cnn.com/fareed. >>> tonight, a man who changed television forever. >> this new service will be called a cable news network. >> ted turner has never been shy about speaking his mind. tonight, he tells all. >> the moneyed interests are taking over the country. >> mouth of the south. >> i lost my fortune, most of it. i have a billion or two left: you can get by on that if you economize. >> and a man whose ex-wife says this about it. i'm so proud of him. he's done so much good work in the world. >> george w. bush. >> i want to stay connected to the veteran community. i'm not going to be a public person. this is a rare interview for me. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." >> good evening the first ted turner, a tv pioneer. but, also, a very out spoken man and a rare interview for president george w. bush. if anyone knows about keeping america great is a former american president. >> after 9/11, mon
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